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What Life Looks Like For A Toddler Growing Up In A Mexican Women’s Prison - IWMF
I grew up in Kitgum and Gulu. I am the second born in the family and have 4 brothers and 4 sisters. Times were tough growing up and we needed to get the best grades in school so that we could be placed on scholarship. In high school I was recognized for having high marks and was awarded with the Windle Trust educational scholarship. In University I was taken up by the Madvani Scholarship.
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During the first week of classes all Freshmen were given a welcoming party. I attended a training at TRP and was selected to be a roster facilitator. Throughout my studies the allowances I received from TRP helped with some of my expenses. Education is a high value in my family. In fact, my father has gone back to school as well. I am really excited to get some girls-only programs running at TRP.
Currently, I am working with Ben and Charles to establish an all-girls climbing club and some clubs in schools for girls in elementary school that teaches important life skills and about the advantages of making good decisions and staying in school.
Giving Voice to Writers Who Will Make the World a Better Place
I want to see these young women become agents of change in our community. A crucial piece of the illnesses that has taken up so many souls in the last couple of millennia is the forgetting of this relationship and how to tend to it. Further, many of us know deeply that our not-incarnated kin are not well, and the source of trouble there can appear within a spectrum of unpleasant to downright terrifying.
How to remedy this?
Ancestral lineage repair work sets out to connect you with the well, intact energies that precede the recent trouble, and bring resolution to the traumas and struggles of more recent generations. This repair also includes cultural remembrance that awakens our sense of relationship with the other-than-human world, facing the collective harms that our peoples have been part of, and also learning to embody our place as the living face of many thousands of years of excellent, honorable, and gifted people.
Healing of this kind is especially beneficial and potent if you are a parent, or hoping to become one. Read more about that here.
The truth is, the bright ones, the well ones, they are no farther than our own blood and bones. We are their living faces, and we already hold all of their gifts. We need only get to know them. This work is especially helpful if:. You are generally well, but you still feel some trouble lingering behind you that you don't quite know what to do with. Your inheritance holds things that you have a hard time identifying with, or things about which you don't have a sense of what the healthy version looks like. This might have to do with race, religion, class, or challenging experiences in your family growing up.
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